Collaborating on Connectivity – Debut of New Jersey Low Latency Route Exceeds Expectations
Fueled in part by the demands of the financial services, Hibernia Atlantic is committed to investing in new telecommunications infrastructure over the next few years to provide more diversity and decreased latency over existing routes. To provide a unique alternative in the market, Hibernia enlisted the engineering expertise of Cross River Fiber, a New Jersey based CLEC and boutique dark fiber solutions provider that designs, constructs and maintains its own independent fiber-optic network infrastructure. Hibernia Atlantic, in partnership with Cross River Fiber, has just announced that its newly constructed low latency route connecting 165 Halsey to 1400 Federal Blvd in New Jersey is ready for service.
Both companies were intent on constructing the route to the highest standards. “If something wasn’t perfect, we went back and did it over. No detail was overlooked,” stated Michael Sevret, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer for Cross River Fiber. This is evident by customer response to the new route. “Our initial customers have been pleasantly surprised to find the actual latency on the new route was lower than expected,” states Joseph Hilt, Senior Vice President of Financial Services for Hibernia Atlantic.
Since Cross River Fiber is a New Jersey company with proven expertise in constructing independent fiber-optic network infrastructure, it was an obvious choice for Hibernia Atlantic. As a result of the successful partnership, Hibernia Atlantic now offers options for dark fiber, dim waves and lit waves between 165 Halsey to 1400 Federal Boulevard in New Jersey. Having exceeded expectations, Hibernia Atlantic and Cross River Fiber are showcasing the power of collaboration to bring communication to new levels.